English translation of बंद करना
बंद करनाPowered by COBUILD /banda karana/
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/banda karana, banda karanA, banda karanaa, band karanā/
1. cease transitive verb
To cease to do something means to stop doing it. [formal] ⇒ He never ceases to amaze me. ⇒ A small number of firms have ceased trading.
2. close transitive or intransitive verb
When you close a door, window, or lid, or when it closes, it moves so that a hole, gap, or opening is covered. ⇒ If you are cold, close the window. ⇒ Zak heard the door close.
3. close transitive or intransitive verb
When a place closes, or when it is closed, people cannot use it, or all work stops there. ⇒ The shops close on Christmas Day. ⇒ The hospital was closed soon after the deaths.
4. discontinue transitive verb
If a product is discontinued, the manufacturer stops making it.
5. discontinue transitive verb
If you discontinue something that you have been doing regularly, you stop doing it. [formal] ⇒ Never discontinue treatment without consulting your doctor.
6. do phrasal verb
If you do something up, you fasten it. ⇒ Mari did up the buttons. ⇒ Do your coat up.
7. plug transitive verb
If you plug a hole, a gap, or a leak, you block it with something. ⇒ Chet used his shirt to plug the hole in the boat.
8. put phrasal verb
If you put out an electric light, you make it stop shining by pressing a switch.
9. shelve transitive verb
If someone shelves a plan, they decide not to continue with it at that time. ⇒ The project has now been shelved.
10. shut transitive or intransitive verb, adjective after link verb
If you shut something such as a door, you move it so that it covers a hole or a space. If it shuts or is shut, it covers a hole or space. ⇒ The screen door shut gently. ⇒ The windows were fastened tight shut.
11. shut transitive verb, adjective after link verb
If you shut your eyes or your mouth, or if they are shut, your eyelids are closed or your lips are placed together.
12. shut phrasal verb
If you shut someone or something out, you prevent them from getting into a place. ⇒ 'I shut him out of the house,' said Maureen.
13. shut phrasal verb
If you shut out a thought or a feeling, you stop yourself thinking about it or feeling it. ⇒ I shut out the memory.
14. snuff phrasal verb
If someone or something snuffs out something such as a rebellion or disagreement, they stop it, usually in a forceful or sudden way. ⇒ The protest was snuffed out by the president's police.
15. stop transitive or intransitive verb
If something such as a machine stops or you stop it, it is no longer moving or working. ⇒ The clock stopped at 2.12 a.m. ⇒ Arnold stopped the engine and got out of the car.
16. turn phrasal verb
When you turn out something such as a light or gas, you move the device that controls it so that it stops giving out light or heat. ⇒ Turn the lights out.
17. turn phrasal verb
When you turn off a piece of equipment or a supply of something, you stop heat, sound, power, light, or water being produced by adjusting the controls. ⇒ The light's a bit too bright. You can turn it off.
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Translation of बंद करना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary